Just came across that...its worth a watch.
And another perspective, for those with an interest in 6 June 1944.......contemporary colour footage from a US Army photographer Jack Lieb. Documentary was made in 1969.
( Incidental footage of Robert Capa at 25:12.... Ernest Hemingway at 26:45...Ernie Pyle at 30:58. And early footage of some guy called De Gaulle entering Paris..... @fairmaidofperth - aerial shots of Paris in late 1944 at 35:45 )
Learning point for me....the shots of British troops landing ( often used in documentaries) was taken by an automatic camera,mounted on the Landing Craft so that if the invasion failed, lessons could be learned.
At 7:18 are the two soldiers carrying something between them black?